What is Networking Night?
Networking Night is an exciting and unique opportunity to network with professionals in the area. You will learn about the organizations as well as internship and full-time opportunities. All sophomore and junior business students are required to attend Networking Night on February 16, 2017 from 5:30 - 7:00 PM in Kepner Hall..
Preparing for Networking Night
You are required to wear professional dress when attending this event. Please do NOT bring your resume. You will receive 10 complementary business cards at the event.
Networking Night FAQs
Q. Who is invited to Networking Night?
A: All admitted MCB sophomore and junior business students are required to attend regardless of graduation date or prior attendance.
Q. What time is the event?
A. Although the event is from 5:30-7:00pm, the registration table will open at 5:00.
Q. What should I wear?
A. Professional attire is required for the event, suits are preferable.
Q. What is the goal of Networking Night?
A. By attending Networking Night you are able to learn and practice your professional networking skills. As you network with many professionals, you also have the opportunity to discuss your career path as well as potential internship or full-time positions.
Q. Should I bring my resume?
Q. What will be on the business cards?
A. Your first name, last name, business emphasis and bears email account.
Q. Can I have an alternate email on the business cards?
A. No. The bears email account is the official communication of UNC and should be checked regularly by all students. When you work for a company are you going to ask them to send your work email to your personal Gmail/Hotmail/Yahoo account? When you graduate you will get to keep your bears email account for life. It will then come up as @bearsalumni.unco.edu.
Q. Can I have my non-business major on the business cards?
A. No. These can be discussion items when meeting with other people. The goal of the card is for quick communications and information. Things often get jotted down on business cards to help people "remember" a networked connection.